A skinny sprig of Khindogny grapevine, freshly plucked from warm and nourishing soil, is clinging to life on a short knob of rootstock. The sprig, growing inside a dark barn where the smoky air is pierced by rays of light shining through walls riddled with bullet holes, symbolizes hope for the future of the isolated and war-torn region known as Nagorno-Karabakh.
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